D.B. Cooper was one guy who wasn’t going to get stuck at the airport.
Or on an airplane.
Back in 1971, he hijacked a plane flying from Portland to Seattle and demanded a flight to Mexico, four parachutes – and $200,000.
Cooper bailed out somewhere over southwest Washington – and disappeared.
Over the weekend, folks in Ariel, Washington gathered for their annual party in honor of Cooper – and the country’s most famous unsolved hijacking.
Take a listen to my story about the party, “Whatever happened to DB Cooper” that aired this morning on NPR. There are some intriguing theories floating around out there….
The FBI sketch of D.C. Cooper. Have you seen him???
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